Информация о дисквалификации

Russian athletics Federation, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made Kleymenova Larisa ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on September 27, 2015. Grigoryeva Lidia was also rendered ineligible for 2,5 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on April 17, 2016 with the disqualification of the results for the periods: April 17, 2009 – May 14, 2010.
Russian swimming Federation, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made Martynova Yana ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on July 27, 2015.
Russian powerlifting Federation, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made Fokin Alexey ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on July 1, 2015.
The All-Russia Athletics Federation annulled its decision from October 18, 2015 imposing a 4-year ban for the anti-doping rules violation on the couch Fedoriva L. after the related RUSADA decision had been reversed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
Russian judo Federation, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made Khachirov Petr ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on September 28, 2015.
Russian sambo Federation, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made Burtseva S. ineligible for 2 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on June 17, 2015.
Russian weightlifting Federation, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made Kobeleva Larisa ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on March 24, 2015; Ivanov Egor was rendered ineligible for 8 years for repeated anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on May 29, 2015; Kolomiets Ksenya and Kotlyarov Anton were rendered ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rules violation and Maskhadova Amina was rendered ineligible for 8 years for repeated anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on August 12, 2015; Ovchinnikova Nadezhda was rendered ineligible for 2 years for anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on November 18, 2015.
The All-Russia Sport Federation of the Physically Disabled, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made Vodenikov I. ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on October 1, 2015
Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered athlete Gradovich Evgeny ineligible for 2 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on June 30, 2015.
The All-Russia Sport Federation of the Physically Disabled, following the materials provided by Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made Smirnova T. ineligible for 2 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on November 18, 2015. Athlete Chernega A. was rendered ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rules violation, the period commencing on February 20, 2015.